Le Pti Payot
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... and the visibility was a little milky in the distance. Maybe it’s the granite particulate. We encountered a couple of turtles, one just munched on coral while we petted him. We saw several sharks, balls of snappers and the usual array of tropical color when we heard a clicking noise. There 50 feet from us were nine dolphins. We don’t need to tell our friends who dive that an underwater encounter with ...
... master. This leisurely schedule apparently allows them to sell intro to diving classes at noon and accommodate divers making only one dive. The next day we had 8 divers and we did a two tank dive before lunch. This was to our liking as it frees up the afternoons.
The diversity of fish and creatures here is amazing. It is a riot of colorful fish of every size and description. In addition there are large schools of eagle rays zooming around. Turtles are ...
I'm sad today because it is my very last hours in the Seychelles. No more beautiful beaches and mountain hikes to wonderful views. I really enjoyed staying in the four season’s hotel it beats staying at home. I really hope the school group enjoyed their stay as well. I thoroughly enjoyed the activities held over the days they were awesome I’m going to miss the ...
... of opportunities to take great photographs of breath taking scenery. I would definitely recommend the tour to anyone, including school groups.
The Cassedent waterfall walk finished just after 5pm. It was a relatively short cab drive back to the Four Seasons hotel. I enjoyed a relaxing room service dinner and as soon as I finish this blog I will watch television in my room until I am ready to go to sleep. I want to be well-rested for ...
... was gone! And in a short time, I got very full from the snacks that
we bought from various food stalls. Meanwhile, many locals were
eating ravenously in silence.
on the beach, the very fine sand on my feet felt so good. I stood
there on a strip where before us stretched the broad Indian Ocean.
The silence was complete, except for the gentle lapping of the waves,
and the rustling of palm leaves. With this slow ...